Wednesday, 25 February 2009

February Rudolph Day.....

It's that day again. Time for a spot of show and tell so I can get my points on SSCC.

Today, for your delight and delectation, we have CHRISTMAS TREES. Well, actually the brief was specifically just Trees, in whatever shape or form they take. So here are my first efforts. I may try and to a couple more tonight too.

First up is one that I did as part of Sketch Saturday a couple of weeks ago - but never got around to blogging. It also covers this month's challenge on Aunty’s Forum which was to use three of a variety of things. I seem to have lost my list of things you can use for that, but I do remember that it included Pasta shapes, ribbon, cotton/thread, beads, sequins, lolly sticks, tin foil. There were a couple of other things too, but I can't remember what they are for the mo. Most of mine have the old ribbon/bead/sequin or thread combo. I might try making something with pasta shapes before the weekend, but I digress....



Another one I really like is this. I've used two different cuttlebug folders on it - and had a little accident with the Swiss Dot one. It wasn't meant to deboss - I got the folder round the wrong way. Oops. However, I like the happy accident, and it's a bit different.



The others I'll just upload in a row now, or we'll be here all day!










9.30pm - one last addition!

10 comments:

Lottie said...

You are so well organized if you have done these for this Christmas - and all so different.

I envy you.

Tam Hess said...

They are so creative!
xoxo

Angelnorth said...

Well done you! I'm in a "25th Clubb" too but my commitment is two cards per month - lol! You'll have extras to sell at this rate!

Anne said...

My word, you HAVE been busy! With all these lovely Christmas cards, you'll not know what do with all your free time come November/December :)

Claireabelle said...

Fantastic cards!
x

Kathryn said...

WOW -- such FABULOUS cards -- love them all ! :)

Alexandria said...

These cards are all great!

Minx said...

wow... thats you sorted for xmas lol.. Great cards, just shows how many looks you can get from 1 prompt

Kelley said...

Very gorgeous- I esp. LOVE the Tilda card :)

Karen said...

Oh they are all lovely. I've done the ripped paper technique, to make it look like snow, it's brilliant isn't it, so effective.

xx

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